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Kathryn, a former primary school teacher, was inspired to create the special knives and forks - which help children to eat their food properly and teach them table 'etiquette' - after watching her pupils struggle to eat their lunch on a daily basis.
Together the couple, who are now married, launched their children's cutlery business in the UK, where it has already won a series of industry awards and is now stocked at retail giants including Jo Jo Maman Bébé.
'We want to go on to produce many more simple and effective products for children because the best way to build kids' confidence is to help them learn independently.'The fashion tycoon turned TV dragon is the brains behind Low-Profile, a company that supplies retail giants including Marks & Spencer.
The Cyprus-born retail boss and investor, 64, has stakes in British womenswear label Finery London, shoe brand Docks Rio and handbag maker Huxley & Cox among others.
We got out there and just cracked on, I didn't really engage with back home.'But when we were told it was coming to an end, when the sat phone came I decided to make the call, I ended walking for ages and the battery died.
Once the design was perfected, she and Chris sourced manufacturers and set about gauging interest through crowdfunding so they could confidently bring the cutlery to market.
Recalling their emotional reunion, he said: 'I phoned Kathryn when I was in Afghanistan and told her, look, we just need to get our lives back on track and get back together.'When Peter Jones asked what had inspired him to phone her, he added: 'I served in Helmand Province.
We were about to come home, and were told we had one last stop to go on.
The couple's cutlery sets retail at £19.99 and are aimed at four- to five-year-olds who are about to start school and don't know how to coordinate a knife and fork.
Kathryn, 37, said: 'I went back to teaching after having our child in the year they started bringing the free hot meals in for all infant children, so about 2011.